Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Jon Hein is God, Dec 25, 2012.
Cool......But it's more dignified when you keep it to yourself and only bring it up when asked..................
Does Stamos just hang around with old Jews all day?
I actually was in the audience for a taping of their short-lived (and awful, unfortunately) sitcom "You Again?"
My friend worked for NBC, so I got the VIP treatment--got to sit in the front row and they talked to me during breaks; even got a come-on from Jack and a couple of blinding smiles from John (even better looking in peson, if you can believe that).
Then,later, rode in an elevator with Judas Priest, saw Johnny Carson get into his Corvette and leave the lot, got to meet Tommy Newsome and sit in Johnny's chair! Can't believe I was too timid to ask someone to take a picture of that.
One of the best days of my life, lame as that sounds.
(Ray Combs was the audience warm-up; so sad he committed suicide years later.)
Usually just when he is banging the old jews wife
"Let's take this asshole out", what a tool. Never understand how these knobs expect anonymous jerks on twitter to be solemnly respectful of their sentimentality on public display.
Jack Klugman just tweeted me from heaven. He's said thank God he didn't have to hear that story anymore about John Stamos fucking Beth while Howard was fucking Rebecca in the kitchen.
"My second father" Holy shit, what a douche
Stamos is a fag...Quincy was 90 years old, he had a great life. Dry your eyes, you pussy.
I still don't understand the Stamos-Rickles connection at ALL...except the aforementioned old jew groupie theory...
(Remember a year or two ago when Wig and Beth were at a party and she said "Gee, I wonder what people say behind MY back?" Rickles' reply: "Nothing. You're not that important.")
A mentor to Stamos? Really?!! I find that hard to believe. More likely these old fucks like hanging around with Stamos for the broads.
"Let's take this asshole out"
What a fucking baby. Grow a set.
It's a lame joke. Roll your eyes and move on.
That was one of the few funny moments from the last couple of years. I was surprised Stern even told that story.
I wanted to write about what a great influence jack has been - but I'm too broken up.
Uh, you just did, tool.
you know what to do...you know what to do